Event Services and Campus Center Operations



MIssion: The Office of Event Services and Campus Center Operations strives to support the mission of the University by efficiently and effectively coordinating the seamless execution of campus-wide events and by offering programs and services that promote the Campus Center as an inviting and inclusive environment.

Event Services:

  • Schedules facilities and resources for campus events.
  • Oversees and maintains the University's event scheduling system (R25).
  • Contract Process for External Group Rentals
  • Assesses fees for use of the University’s facilities and its resources based on the room configuration, equipment and staffing needed to support the event.
  • Coordinates the contract process for external group rentals and university co-sponsored events. 
  • Oversees and maintains the University's web event calendar.
  • Coordinates and maintains advertisement use of the LED signs at the entrance of the University, the TV messaging system on
  • Channel 119.1, bulletin boards and kiosks. 
  • Coordinates directional signage for events.
  • Informs the university community about upcoming events and their impact on the campus. 

Coordinates major campus initiatives/programs including Grad Finale, Graduate Toast, and Commencement.

Campus Center:


  • Provides for the management and oversight of the Campus Center including event venues and public lounges.
  • Provides programs and services which support the campus community and promote the utilization of the Campus Center.
  • Manages and operates the Information & Operations Desk (CC-103) and the Game Room.
  • Assesses and coordinates event logistics and event management support as needed.
  • Provides limited support services for administrative and student programs including but not limited to audio visual services. 
  • Provides regularly scheduled student centered programs including but not limited to weekly movie nights and game tournaments.
  • Coordinates graduate send-off schedule of events for graduating undergraduate and graduate students.
  • Sponsors and coordinates annual events for University Weekend and SIBS Weekend.
  • Oversees the publication of The Path Yearbook.